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The Value of Information: “Right” vs. “Right Now” #COMIT2017


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Presentation by Mike Gardom of City Insights at the 2017 COMIT Annual Conference 'Mobilising Digital Assets', to be held at The Building Centre in London on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th of May 2017. More information:

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The Value of Information: “Right” vs. “Right Now” #COMIT2017

  1. 1. Information Value ‘Right’ vs. ‘Right now’
  2. 2. Name that year…
  3. 3. Just in Case
  4. 4. Just in Time
  5. 5. “Everybody can Google” What happens if I simply Google this question instead of asking someone? • Loss of time • Loss of prestige • Raises questions about my competence • Possibility of error
  6. 6. Implication Information value = accuracy X availability x interest
  7. 7. Where are we focusing?
  8. 8. What do you want me to know? • Inductions – You’re overloading me! • Benchmarks – I’m over here, not over there! • Notifications – Was I here that day? • Special tasks – It’s ages since I did one of these! How quickly do you want me to know it...
  9. 9. Knowledge check
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